Academic Year 2012-2013
A1092 International Communication ¡]2/0¡^: “The Public Opinion War” has developed into a mainstream issue of war strategy study between Taiwan and Mainland China since it was created in China in 2003. Our seminar analyzes the definition and theory construction of the idea of “The Public Opinion War” with the beginning of international communication theory, citing a huge amount of practical cases of China in class to put theory into practice.
B0230 International Economy ¡]2/0¡^: The purpose of this course is to introduce basic knowledge of the relationships among East Asian countries and Japan. In the first half-semester, we discuss the regional economic development of East Asian countries and Japan. In the second half-semester we shall cover the impact of the Chinese economy in the East Asia, and the new wave of bilateral integration i.e. FTA in Asia after 2000.
T0109 International Law ¡]2/0¡^: International law includes basic rules in the international community. This course provides students basic knowledge of international law. This course aims at strengthening students’ ability to analyze, judge and deal with international affairs.
T0130 International Relations¡]2/0¡^: This course will introduce contemporary international relation theories, mainly includes 3 parts: theoretical content, traditional international relations and all the new development of Western theories.
T0530 The UN and International Organizations ¡]2/0¡^: This course studies international organizations in history, theory and practice, in particular the United Nations (UN). We will discuss significant issues such as the failed experiment of the League of Nations, UN system of collective security, the principles and structure of the UN, UN activities in the areas of peaceful settlement of disputes, UN roles in disarmaments and arms control, and the assessment of UN peace operations.
T0531 Global Management ¡]0/2¡^: This course focuses on some newspaper articles about M&A, innovation, industry. This course aims to discuss and apply analysis method used in theory of management into these problems.
T0532 Geopolitics ¡]0/3¡^: Geopolitics is the study of that analyzes geography, history, and social sciences, with reference to spatial politics and patterns at various scales (ranging from the level of the state to international). It examines the political, economic and strategic significance of geography, where geography is defined in terms of the location, size, function, and relationships of places and resources.
T0536 Problems of World Human Rights ¡]2/0¡^: As for liberty rights in the human rights law is the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, shortly called ICCPR. This lesson is to promote the standard of ICCPR in Taiwan, through examining the ICCPR and the practice and theory in Japan.
T0537 Development of Globalization ¡]3/0¡^: Understanding the beginning, current situation and future development by reading, discussion, written and oral reports.
T0538 International English News Analysis ¡]2/0¡^: Because the rise of China is the most important phenomenon in international politics in the past two decades, the “English News Analysis” will focus on topics involving international security in East Asia. The reading materials for this course are research reports by various think tanks. Students are expected to finish their reading assignments before coming to class. The course does not require mid-term exam, final exam, or term paper. But a number of open-book quizzes in the class will be applied. Students are evaluated on the basis of quiz performances and class participation.
T0891 Australia and the Asia-Pacific Region ¡]2/0¡^: The aim of this course is to study the development experience of Australia and Asia-Pacific countries, and their international relations. The course will be mainly conducted in English. It covers 5 parts: ¡]1¡^Emergence of Australia and Changes in Foreign Policy; ¡]2¡^ Australia and giant countries of U.SA., China and Japan; ¡]3¡^ Australia and East and Southeast Asia ¡]esp. Indonesia¡^; ¡]4¡^ Australia and the South Pacific ;¡]5¡^APEC and Australia as an Asia-Pacific Regional Power.
T0892 Advanced English ¡]2/0¡^: This course will provide opportunities for students to further develop their four skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening.
T0953 Britain, Europe and International Relations ¡]2/0¡^: In 1945 Britain was victorious but exhausted, trying to project power worldwide and establish the “Welfare State” at home. In 20112 the UK is a medium ranking European power struggling to escape recession and debating its future in Europe. German is propping up the Euro zone, Islamic terrorism has replaced the Russian threat. The course operates through lectures, discussion readings of selected texts and short presentations by students. This course runs in English. Due allowance for the extra effort involved is made in allocating grades. It is not primarily a test of English language ability.
T2608 International Comparative Political System ¡]2/0¡^: For comparison of the political system, the setting of the comparison criteria is essential. To do so, we need to start from the determination of elements that make up the political system. It will change with the times, the difference is also seen by each region. We have to organize the nature of political institutions in the modern state, an overview of the evolution of political institutions, to organize our approach on setting the standard for comparison.
T2609 International Capstone Program ¡]0/2¡^: In a capstone program, a company proposes the subject on management as a curriculum. Students go to each company, tackle subject achievement, and report realistic solution. It is a place which utilizes the intellectual property of a university for a company, and is a place which secures able human resources. It is a place which uses the result of research for students at the actual world, and is a place which finds the existing place of work in which operation is present. For a university, it is a place which returns the intellectual property of research and education to society.